At the end of the walk is a flat plateau where it is thought that Native Americans established a living area/place where utensils and vessels were made. At some point, archeologists found pottery and other debris.
AND, then there is Keller, who kept insisting that this rock was a piece of pottery. He banged it against another rock and swore that it sounded like glass hitting rock. We were able to convince him that he had to leave it behind when we left.
The archeology is .4 miles of easy hiking. At this point, anything under 1 mile is easy hiking.